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D'Arcy Francis Niland (20 October 191729 March 1967) was an Australian farm labourer, novelist and short story writer. In 1955 he wrote The Shiralee, which gained international recognition in its depictions of the experiences of a swagman and his four-year-old daughter. It was made into a 1957 film, starring Peter Finch, and a 1987 TV mini-series, starring Bryan Brown. Niland married fellow writer, Ruth Park (1917–2010), on 11 May 1942 and the couple had five children: Anne (born ca. June 1943), Rory, Patrick and twin daughters, Kilmeny (1950–2009) and Deborah (1950–present). Niland died on 29 March 1967 of a myocardial infarction, aged 49.

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Uniform title: Call me when the Cross turns over
by Niland, D'Arcy, 1920-1967
Paris : Stock, 1960
by Niland, D'Arcy, 1920-1967
Hamburg [Germany] : Wolfgang Kruger Verlag, 1957
by Niland, D'Arcy, 1920-1967
[Sydney] Hodder and Stoughton [1969]
by Niland, D'Arcy, 1920-1967
London ; Sydney : White Lion Publishers, 1975
by Niland, D'Arcy, 1920-1967
[Melbourne] : Readers Book Club, 1957
Uniform title: The Shiralee
by Niland, D'Arcy, 1920-1967
Oslo : Gyldendal Norsk Forlag, 1956
by Niland, D'Arcy, 1920-1967
London ; Sydney : Angus & Robertson and The Book Society, 1955
Uniform title: Dead men running. German
by Niland, D'Arcy, 1920-1967
Stuttgart : Kruger, 1971
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